New – Multi-account search in AWS Resource Explorer

With AWS Resource Explorer, you can search for and discover your resources, such as Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2) instances, Amazon Kinesis data streams, and Amazon DynamoDB tables, across AWS Regions. Starting today, you can also search across accounts within your organization. It takes just a few minutes to turn on and configure Resource Read more about New – Multi-account search in AWS Resource Explorer[…]

New – Self-Service Provisioning of Terraform Open-Source Configurations with AWS Service Catalog

With AWS Service Catalog, you can create, govern, and manage a catalog of infrastructure as code (IaC) templates that are approved for use on AWS. These IaC templates can include everything from virtual machine images, servers, software, and databases to complete multi-tier application architectures. You can control which IaC templates and versions are available, what Read more about New – Self-Service Provisioning of Terraform Open-Source Configurations with AWS Service Catalog[…]

New – AWS CloudTrail Lake Supports Ingesting Activity Events From Non-AWS Sources

In November 2013, we announced AWS CloudTrail to track user activity and API usage. AWS CloudTrail enables auditing, security monitoring, and operational troubleshooting. CloudTrail records user activity and API calls across AWS services as events. CloudTrail events help you answer the questions of “who did what, where, and when?”. Recently we have improved the ability Read more about New – AWS CloudTrail Lake Supports Ingesting Activity Events From Non-AWS Sources[…]

Protect Sensitive Data with Amazon CloudWatch Logs

Today we are announcing Amazon CloudWatch Logs data protection, a new set of capabilities for Amazon CloudWatch Logs that leverage pattern matching and machine learning (ML) to detect and protect sensitive log data in transit. While developers try to prevent logging sensitive information such as Social Security numbers, credit card details, email addresses, and passwords, Read more about Protect Sensitive Data with Amazon CloudWatch Logs[…]

New – Amazon CloudWatch Cross-Account Observability

Deploying applications using multiple AWS accounts is a good practice to establish security and billing boundaries between teams and reduce the impact of operational events. When you adopt a multi-account strategy, you have to analyze telemetry data that is scattered across several accounts. To give you the flexibility to monitor all the components of your Read more about New – Amazon CloudWatch Cross-Account Observability[…]

Introducing AWS Resource Explorer – Quickly Find Resources in Your AWS Account

Looking for a specific Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2) instance, Amazon Elastic Container Service (Amazon ECS) task, or Amazon CloudWatch log group can take some time, especially if you have many resources and use multiple AWS Regions. Today, we’re making that easier. Using the new AWS Resource Explorer, you can search through the AWS Read more about Introducing AWS Resource Explorer – Quickly Find Resources in Your AWS Account[…]

New – AWS Control Tower Account Factory for Terraform

AWS Control Tower makes it easier to set up and manage a secure, multi-account AWS environment. AWS Control Tower uses AWS Organizations to create what is called a landing zone, bringing ongoing account management and governance based on our experience working with thousands of customers. If you use AWS CloudFormation to manage your infrastructure as Read more about New – AWS Control Tower Account Factory for Terraform[…]

New for AWS Distro for OpenTelemetry – Tracing Support is Now Generally Available

Last year before re:Invent, we introduced the public preview of AWS Distro for OpenTelemetry, a secure distribution of the OpenTelemetry project supported by AWS. OpenTelemetry provides tools, APIs, and SDKs to instrument, generate, collect, and export telemetry data to better understand the behavior and the performance of your applications. Yesterday, upstream OpenTelemetry announced tracing stability Read more about New for AWS Distro for OpenTelemetry – Tracing Support is Now Generally Available[…]

Amazon Managed Grafana Is Now Generally Available with Many New Features

In December, we introduced the preview of Amazon Managed Grafana, a fully managed service developed in collaboration with Grafana Labs that makes it easy to use the open-source and the enterprise versions of Grafana to visualize and analyze your data from multiple sources. With Amazon Managed Grafana, you can analyze your metrics, logs, and traces Read more about Amazon Managed Grafana Is Now Generally Available with Many New Features[…]